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Marquette's student media news source geared toward keeping the Marquette community connected through the Tribune, Journal, MUTV and Marquette Radio.
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Marquette Wire 23h
BREAKING: Rapper and six-time Grammy nominee B.o.B will perform at Marquette Madness.
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Marquette Wire Sep 19
The Center for Peacemaking, founded in 2008 with programs for students that support research promoting peace and nonviolence, celebrated its anniversary Sept. 13 at the Haggerty.
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Marquette Wire Sep 18
Students received voter registration training by The League of Women Voters of Milwaukee County and VoteRiders during a session Sept. 13 in the Alumni Memorial Union.
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Marquette Tribune Sep 18
This week: The Center for Peacemaking celebrates its 10-year anniversary, MU Athletics feels the impact of Hurricane Florence and improv group the Fugees holds a 12-hour comedy show:
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Marquette Wire Sep 18
Marquette University men’s basketball head coach Steve Wojciechowski and track and field athlete Sam Johnson share close ties to family and friends in the region affected by Hurricane Florence.
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Marquette Wire Sports Sep 15
We're back on the air for our third broadcast of the weekend. Listen to and at .
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Natallie St. Onge Sep 15
Check out for all behind the scenes look at our issue coming out in October! Watch your newsstands and pick up a copy soon!
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Marquette Wire Sports Sep 15
. heads to the Northern Intercollegiate Invitational today after a fifth-place finish in the Badger Invitational earlier this week. Story by updated with quotes:
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Marquette Journal Sep 14
Our designers are killing it! We can’t wait to see all of their hard work come to life when we print next month 😱
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Marquette Wire Sep 13
BREAKING: A vehicle hit and injured a female student at the intersection of 17th and Wells Streets at approximately 7:30 p.m.
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Marquette Wire Sep 13
Student hit by car on 17th and Wells. MUPD responded and student taken in ambulance.
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Marquette Wire Sep 13
Sodexo officials said the company plans to have plastic straws completely replaced by paper straws in all dining locations within the next two months.
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Marquette Wire Sep 13
Tim McMahon, who currently serves as Villanova University’s senior associate vice president in the office of university advancement, will begin his new role at Marquette Oct. 1.
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Marquette Wire Sep 13
HARTE: Praise of Fiserv Forum fails to consider union workers
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Kimo Ah Yun Sep 12
No better way too spend Wednesday night with . Getting ready for my interview. Very exciting to see so many students working in our new and improved space.
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Marquette Wire Sep 12
Sable Elyse Smith, a New York-based artist, launched her “Ordinary Violence” exhibition at the Haggerty Museum of Art Aug. 17. In it, she questions the effects of trauma, violence and surveillance on humanity.
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Marquette Wire Sep 12
The Metropolitan Milwaukee Sewerage District is providing $1.2 million in water research funds for the Opus College of Engineering’s Water Quality Center.
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Marquette Wire Sep 12
The Faber Center for Ignatian Spirituality, a space created in 2006 for faculty and staff, recently got re-blessed following its renovations.
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Marquette Wire Sep 12
Students living in The Commons are raising concerns about internal issues, including cold water in showers, a dysfunctional laundry room, an unorganized mailroom and a delay in mailroom keys.
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Marquette Wire Sep 12
What started as a phrase shared between a 2007 alum and his friends became a company with an aim to inspire others to pursue the best day of their lives.
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